This piece is called Divine Union – it’s both sides of my body and represents the union of both the Sacred Masculine and the Divine Feminine – one thing to note about the piece is that as I was working on it the bottom of the piece was blank and after both “beings” were filled in and the whole rest of the canvas was filled suddenly the mountains and river appeared and I realized that these were “Cosmic Beings” as you can see from the scale!

– Amethyst Wyldfyre


Amethyst Wyldfyre

Amethyst Wyldfyre, known as The Empress of Empowerment is a Multidimensional Visionary and Transformation Artist who is passionate about serving leading coaches, consultants, trainers, speakers, authors and agents of change who want to LEAP fearlessly into their highest level of service to the world and who want to profit handsomely from following their Spiritual path. Her greatest desire is to help her precious clients to step into their power, channel their wisdom, create wealth, change worlds and live their Legacy of Light.

Amethyst Wyldfyre’s Soul Art Hall of Fame Interview

How would you describe your art?

My art FLOWS through me – I have never taken any art classes nor did I consider myself an artist initially – I am a channel for the creative Spirit to flow through me – sometimes it flows in the form of paint on paper, other times it flows through the channeling of wisdom through words or sound. Everything that emerges from me is intended to activate healing and awareness in those who “receive” what I have to offer!

What are the biggest challenges you faced as an artist, and how did you overcome them?

I think the biggest challenge I faced initially was even believing I WAS an artist – it wasn’t until I saw a little painting that someone had framed and hung on their wall and I realized after thinking “what a lovely piece of art” that it was actually MINE! Somehow having it FRAMED helped me to be able to see it in that way – before then I just felt my painted creative expressions were just for my own benefit and for fun. Claiming myself as an artist was a major initiatory right of passage for myself.

What role do you feel an artist plays in our society today?

The artist is accessing the Divine Mind and is a potent bridge between the realm of the unseen and the realm of the seen. It’s important for us to value our own art and creative expression because it’s a celebration of life itself showing us aspects that would otherwise be hidden. Art helps us to comprehend the larger forces at play and is a sacred act that helps to hold the highest aspirations for what our world can be – art can serve as the “Glue” that brings diverse groups of people together into a higher understanding. It touches the heart and opens the doorways between the worlds. The artist is the channel through which the activations for the ascension of consciousness and the elevation of our social structures come through for the benefit of all concerned.

What is most important to you as an artist?

To be free to express in any way I desire! To feel that my expression has value, touches lives, makes a difference are all added benefits – the freedom is the key for me however! To be unabashedly able to explore and to surrender to this larger force that flows through me when I am engaged in a process nourishes me and helps me to feel more alive and present. It’s also important to me to have the RESOURCES to create – both the time and financial resources to be able to make what I desire come to life when I desire it and to not feel any restriction (freedom again!) in my creation process. To value FOR MYSELF that which I have created – regardless of the opinions of others is also a big key – to experience the joy in the making and in the displaying and enjoying of my art regardless of whether or not it’s “saleable” or “critically acclaimed”.